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Old Jan 7, 2015, 3:10 PM   #1
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Default Fuglafjørður - Faroe Island

I am at the Faroe Island for a quick visit, spent one day at Iceland but not too much to see because of weather issues

This is Fuglafjørður, a small town with a only 1562 people but all very friendly.









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Super! What interesting photos of a very unique looking land.
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Very nice! The goat made me laugh
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wow really cool, I also like the goat shot, what a funny expression!

Really cool landscape, I recently saw The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and part of the movie has him in Iceland in a town that looks pretty much the same as this, very cool movie if you get the chance to take it in.
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More of your spectacular shots Marcello
I lover the waterfall shots
Fantastic with the lighting conditions
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Nice landscape and shots!
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Super! What interesting photos of a very unique looking land.
Thank you Steven, indeed it is a very unique place.

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Very nice! The goat made me laugh
The goat was very curious about my camera and lens.

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wow really cool, I also like the goat shot, what a funny expression!

Really cool landscape, I recently saw The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and part of the movie has him in Iceland in a town that looks pretty much the same as this, very cool movie if you get the chance to take it in.
Ramcewan, I saw the movie and the landscape is very similar to the Faroe Islands, I will post more pictures during next week.

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More of your spectacular shots Marcello
I lover the waterfall shots
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Thank you Fred for the kind words.

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Thank you MacBook
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What a beautiful place. I would love to go to Iceland and/or Greenland. Some of these images reminds me of the Kevin Spacey movie "The Shipping News".
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Old Jan 18, 2015, 7:18 PM   #10
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What a beautiful place. I would love to go to Iceland and/or Greenland. Some of these images reminds me of the Kevin Spacey movie "The Shipping News".
I never heard of that movie but looking at the trailers looks very interesting and provably with the weather we have tonight in NYC I will rent it.
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